ICE discount for British Cycling membership?

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UpWrong
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ICE discount for British Cycling membership?

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A reported 8% discount according to this https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about ... e-trikes-0

But I see nothing on the ICE website about it.
Jdsk
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Re: ICE discount for British Cycling membership?

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UpWrong wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 8:25am A reported 8% discount according to this https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about ... e-trikes-0

But I see nothing on the ICE website about it.
https://www.icetrikes.co/community/ice- ... artnership

Jonathan
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Re: ICE discount for British Cycling membership?

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Jdsk wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 8:51am
UpWrong wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 8:25am A reported 8% discount according to this https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/about ... e-trikes-0

But I see nothing on the ICE website about it.
https://www.icetrikes.co/community/ice- ... artnership

Jonathan
Thanks. It's not 100% clear if BC membership is sufficient to earn the discount or whether you have to be a member of a "limitless" club, or if the purchase has to be via a "limitless" club.
UpWrong
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Re: ICE discount for British Cycling membership?

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TBH I find it strange that BC seems to have a higher profile for disabled cycling than CUK and that ICE have partnered with them rather than CUK which afterall unlike BC has charitable status. Or is it my fault for not looking hard enough?
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Re: ICE discount for British Cycling membership?

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UpWrong wrote: 12 Feb 2024, 2:05pm TBH I find it strange that BC seems to have a higher profile for disabled cycling than CUK and that ICE have partnered with them rather than CUK which afterall unlike BC has charitable status. Or is it my fault for not looking hard enough?
Despite good intentions and having had a few disability cycling articles recently in 'Cycle' magazine, it is disappointing that CUK don't seem to have any programme to support accessible (or disability) cycling and not much info/advice on the website. BC Limitless is in it's infancy so we will have to see what it delivers.
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